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Volume 24, Issue 6 - Dec 2008
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Oct 2008
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Aug 2008
Volume 24, Issue 3 - Jun 2008
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Volume 24, Issue 1 - Feb 2008
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Impacts of the Proportion of Sea-tangle on Quality Characteristics of Muffin
Kim, Jung-Hee ; Kim, Jang-Ho ; Yoo, Seung-Seok ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 565~572
The principal objective of this study was to determine the optimal conditions for making muffins with sea-tangle powder, which is known to be a healthy food supplement. The characteristics of the sea-tangle muffins were analyzed in a quality evaluation. Sea-tangle powder was added to the muffins at concentrations of 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% prior to baking. The height of the muffins to which the sea-tangle powder had been added, after storage at
, was shown to decrease with increases in the concentration of sea-tangle powder. The weight of the muffins increased with increasing storage time, but these differences were not profound. The moisture content of the muffins decreased with increased storage time. The change in pH in accordance with storage time differed only slightly. In terms of the color of the sea-tangle powder-supplemented muffins, after storage at
, the “L” and “b” values decreased with increasing amounts of added sea-tangle powder. The “a” value increased with increasing amounts of added sea-tangle powder. With regard to the textural properties of the sea-tangle powder-supplemented muffins, after storage at
, the hardness and chewiness increased with greater quantities of added sea-tangle powder. Springness, cohesiveness, and adhesiveness differed only slightly as more sea-tangle powder was added. With regard to the sensory characteristics of the muffins, the overall quality of the muffin to which 10% sea-tangle powder was added was evaluated as the best. The color, flavor, and softness were also assessed as the highest. The sweetness of the muffins was assessed as weak.
Preparation and Characteristics of Kimchi with added Styela clava
Bae, Myung-Suk ; Lee, Seung-Cheol ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 573~579
In this study, kimchi containing Styela clava (Korean name: miduduk) was prepared, and the quality of the prepared kimchi was evaluated during 4 weeks of fermentation at
. S. clava was added to salted cabbage at concentrations of 0, 1, 2, and 3%(w/w). The quality characteristics of the kimchi were determined by measuring pH, titratable acidity, salinity, color, and microbial amounts. All kimchi evidenced a rapid decrease in pH until 2 weeks, and then a gradual decline thereafter. Titratable acidity increased gradually until 2 weeks, then sharply increased thereafter. Salinity increased until 3 weeks. We noted only slight overall color differences between the kimchi samples. Total microbial and lactic acid bacterial counts achieved maximum levels at 3 weeks, and the kimchi to which 1 and 2% S. clava was added evidenced values higher than that of the controls. In our sensory evaluations, the kimchi to which 2% S. clava was added was scored highest in terms of color, flavor, and overall acceptance.
Standardization of the Recipe for the Large-Scale Production of Korean Cooked Rice Varieties- Bibimbab, Bean Sprout Bab, and Fried Rice -
Han, Kyung-Soo ; Pyo, Seung-Hui ; Lee, Eun-Jung ; Lee, Hyun-A ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 580~592
The principal objective of this study was to develop a standardized recipe for the large-scale production of Bibimbab, bean sprout bab, and fried rice. The recipe was standardized as follows. We collected and recorded the quantities of ingredients and production procedures currently used by cooks in the contracted foodservice management company and in hotel-based Korean restaurants. According to the food preferences of Koreans, we selected 3 rices; Bibimbab, bean sprout bab, and fried rice. We then developed a revised recipe and evaluation form. Our sensory evaluation was conducted by 30 taste panels using a JAR(just- about-right) scale. We developed a standardized recipe for 3 rices. Yield, portion size, temperature, preparation time, equipment, cost, ingredients, weight of ingredients, method, and critical point were recorded in the developed recipe. We utilized the factor method and the percentage method for recipe adjustments, and we devised a direct measurement table for Bibimbab, bean sprout bab, and fried rice.
Quality Characteristics of Dried Noodle Made with Lotus Root Powder
Park, Bock-Hee ; Cho, Hee-Sook ; Bae, Kyoung-Yun ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 593~600
The principal objective of this study was to evaluate the quality characteristics of dried noodles when different concentrations of Lotus root powder were added to the wheat flour. The cooking quality, mechanical textural properties, and viscosity were measured, and a sensory evaluation was conducted with the prepared noodles. The gelatinization points of the composite Lotus root powder-wheat flours were shown to have increased and the viscosity at
, viscosity at
after 15 minutes, and maximum viscosity values of those samples were reduced, as the Lotus root powder content was increased as measured via amylography. As increasing amounts of Lotus root powder were added, the L and b values were reduced, and the color values, weight, and volume of the cooked noodles increased, as did the turbidity of the soup. With regard to the textural characteristics, the Lotus root powder additive increased hardness and reduced adhesiveness, cohesiveness, and springiness. Overall, the noodles prepared with 15% Lotus root powder were preferred more than the other noodles, according to the results of our sensory evaluation.
Quality Characteristics of Sulgidduk Added with Concentrations of Acanthopanax sessiliflorus Seemann var. Goma Powder
Jhee, Ok-Hwa ; Choi, Young-Sim ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 601~607
The principal objective of this study was to assess the effects of various concentrations of added Acanthopanax sessiliflorus Seemann var. Goma powder on the quality characteristics of sulgidduk. The color values, texture characteristics, and sensory characteristics of the different sulgidduk samples were then measured and compared. As the content of the Acanthopanax sessiliflorus Seemann var. Goma powder increased, the moisture was decreased. The lightness values and yellowness values were reduced with increases in the Acanthopanax sessiliflorus Seemann var. Goma powder. whereas the redness values were increased. On our the texture analysis the hardness and adhesiveness were highest in the 0% Acanthopanax sessiliflorus Seemann var. Goma powder samples and the springiness and cohesiveness values were highest in the samples to which 0.3% Acanthopanax sessiliflorus Seemann var. Goma powder was added. Finally the results of our sensory evaluation showed that the sulgidduk containing 0.3% Acanthopanax sessiliflorus Seemann var. Goma powder had the highest color, flavor, after taste and overall acceptabilitly scores.
Study on Preferences and Consumption of Namul in Elementary School Students
Jung, Kyung-Sook ; Jeong, Hee-Sun ; Joo, Na-Mi ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 608~616
This paper describes a study of the conditions and reasons that elementary school children avoid the namul provided in school meals. This study was conducted with a sample of 751 fifth-grade elementary school children and 49 nutritionists working in elementary schools. Nutritionists felt the need to develop new recipes, and were taking note of leftovers in an effort to increase namul consumption. 47% of the students reported liking namul, and the majority of students who disliked namul reported that its taste was the reason that they disliked it. Nutritionists believed that the students avoided namul due to a lack in familiarity, as well as taste. However, students answered that they disliked namul not only due to its taste, but also due to its texture.
Quality Changes of Godulbaegi (Youngia sonchifolia Maxim) Kimchi During Storage at Different Temperatures
Kim, Haeng-Ran ; Lee, In-Seon ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 617~625
In this study, we evaluated changes in the quality characteristics of Godulbaegi kimchi during storage at
. The pH and reducing sugar of Godulbaegi kimchi decreased, and the total acidity and color differences increased with increasing storage time at both temperatures. The vitamin C contents of the Godulbaegi kimchi decreased during the first 15 days of storage at
, then increased for 18 days. The total dietary fiber contents were significantly higher in the fresh Godulbaegi kimchi than in the fermented Godulbaegi kimchi samples. Antioxidative activity was significantly higher in the fresh Godulbaegi kimchi than in the fermented kimchi.
Optimization of Muffin with Dried Rhynchosia Molubilis Powder Using Response Surface Methodology
Lee, Sun-Mee ; Joo, Na-Mi ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 626~635
The purpose principal objective of this study was to develop a muffin with the addition of jinuni bean powder. The whole Our analysis was conducted by using using Design Expert 7(Stat - Easy Co. Minneapolis). The jinuni bean muffin was produced by varying the contents of jinuni bean powder(A), sugar(B), and butter(C). According to the Response Surface Methodology(RSM), it showed we delineated 16 experimental points, including two replicants. The optimization We attempted to optimize of the jinuni bean muffins was studied with regard to its analysis of rheology and sensory evaluations. As a result of the redness, hardness, and sensory evaluations, characteristics such as color, appearance, flavor, softness, and overall quality showed a varied in accordance with a quadratic model, whereas lightness, yellowness, and cohesiveness, and gumminess showed evidenced a linear model pattern. Lightness, and yellowness decreased with the increases in the of jinuni bean powder content(p<0.0001), while whereas redness increased with the increases of in the content of jinuni bean powder(p<0.001), in case of over 80g, the redness tended to increase decrease again. In addition, hardness(p<0.05), gumminess(p<0.05), and cohesiveness(p<0.01) showed differed significantly differences with the increases of in the jinuni bean powder content. The results of our sensory evaluation results showed demonstrated significant values in color, appearance, flavor, softness,and overall quality values(p<0.05). The optimal formulation, as assessed by numerical and graphical methods, were was determined to be 50.05 g of jinuni bean powder, 78.56 g of sugar, and 90.97 g of butter.
Study on the Texture and Staling of Breads with Addition of Various Hydrocolloids
Lee, Seung Ju ; Cho, Sook-Kyung ; Lee, Seung-Joo ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 636~644
The principal objective of this study was to assess the effects of hydrocolloids(xanthan gum, guar gum, sodium alginate, k-carrageenan, carboxy-methyl cellulose) on the suppression of retrogradation in the bread. The pasting properties of the doughs and the sensory properties were determined in the bread samples, to which xanthan gum, guar gum, sodium alginate, k-carrageenan, and CMC, were added at different ratios(0.2%, 0.6%, 1%). CMC and k-carrageenan with 0.6% level were selected for the further retrogradation studies. Changes in the firmness of the bread samples at room temperature for 15 days were assessed using a texture analyzer, and the type of retrogradation was calculated via the Avrami equation. The thermal properties of the samples were also determined via differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). The addition of hydrocolloids was shown to increase the viscosities of the doughs. Setback and breakdown viscosity were reduced significantly via the addition of CMC(0.6%, 1%), xanthan gum(1%), and k-carrageenan(1%). Sensory hardness was significantly increased when 1% hydrocolloids were added. Our textural analysis showed that the addition of CMC reduced the firmness of the bread, whereas k-carrageenan didn't. However, the retrogradation rate was reduced via the addition of k-carrageenan, as was also demonstrated in the results of our DSC analysis.
Antioxidant Activity of Shred garlic on Soybean Oil
Kang, Min-Jung ; Seo, Jong-Kwon ; Lee, Soo-Jung ; Cha, Ji-Young ; Sung, Nak-Ju ; Shin, Jung-Hye ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 645~651
The antioxidant activity of shared fresh, steamed, and black garlic on soybean oil was assessed at levels of 0, 5, 10, 20, 0 g/100 g, respectively, and these samples were stored for 28 days at
. The color of the oil was increased during torage. The anisidine value was increased dramatically at 14 days of storage, after which it continually increased. The cid values of the samples to which fresh and steamed garlic were added did not differ significantly, but were increased n proportion to the sample concentration after 14 days of storage in the samples to which black garlic was added. The peroxide value was lower in the samples to which shred garlic was added, as compared to the samples to which
-tocopherol and BHT were added. Garlic had an inhibitory effect on peroxides when the sample volume was larger. The TBA value was increased during storage and was inhibited with larger volumes of added shred garlic. After 28 days of storage, the TBA volumes of all samples were lower than those of the controls (335.63), with the exception of the sample to which 5 g/100 g of steamed garlic was added, particular, the shred garlics evidenced more profound antioxidant activity in the 40 g/100 g added samples than in the sample to which 0.02% BHT was added.
The Development of the HACCP Plan in Korean Rice Cake Manufacturing Facilities
Lee, Hyo-Soon ; Jang, Myung-Sook ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 652~664
In this study, a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) plan was developed for the sanitary mass production of commercial Korean rice cake products (Gaepidduk, Injulmi, and Julpyon). The microbiological properties of manufacturing flow were evaluated in order to develop the HACCP Plan. The moisture contents of the rice cakes ranged between 36.2
55.3%, whereas the water activity of all samples ranged between 0.954
1.0. Microorganisms testing was conducted during various phases of the product flow of Korean rice cake preparation, and included assessments of food equipment, work environment, and cooking employees on a small scale. During the manufacture of Injulmi, Julpyon and Gaepidduk, CCPs were purchasing & storage, steaming and cooling, molding, and holding in the A and B manufactories. At the critical limit of CCPs, storage was conducted below at
in soybean powder, oil, and paste with redbeans. The steaming process was conducted above at
for 40 min. Cooling and holding processes were conducted for 2 hours below at
. The molding process included sanitary education for foodhandlers and training for operators. Thus, certain prerequisite programs had to be implemented prior to the implementation of the HACCP system. High levels of bacterial contamination were detected in the aprons worn to work by some employees. Additionally, periodic sanitary education for foodhandlers and training for operators or managers was required. Cross contamination by materials was expected at the place where materials were processed or stored.
Quality Characteristics of Noodle Added with Browned Oak Mushroom(Lentinus edodes)
Kim, Se-Young ; Kang, Mi-Young ; Kim, Mi-Hyun ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 665~671
The principal objective of this study was to assess the quality properties of noodles to which browned oak mushroom (Lentinus edodes) paste was added at concentrations of 10%, 20%, and 30% to wheat flour, respectively. With regard to the cooking properties of the noodles, the weight and water absorption of the cooked noodles increased with increasing paste contents, but the turbidity of the noodle soups decreased (p<0.05). The hardness and gumminess of the uncooked and cooked noodles decreased significantly in proportion to the quantity of added paste, except in the case of the cooked noodles with 30% paste. The springiness and cohesiveness of both noodles with Lentinus edodes paste were significantly higher than in the controls. The lightness of the uncooked and cooked noodles decreased in accordance with the amount of added paste. However, the yellowness of both noodles was significantly increased. Moreover, the results of our sensory evaluation showed that the cooked noodles with 20% and 30% added Lentinus edodes paste had higher values. Thus, Lentinus edodes paste added to a concentration of up to 30% was shown to effectively improve the quality of noodles.
Analysis of Elementary Students' Intake of Dietary Supplements
Kim, Eun-Mi ; Jung, Hea-Ja ; Jeong, Jin-Woong ; Kim, Jeong-Weon ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 672~681
The principal objective of this study was to assess the current status of elementary students' intake of dietary supplements, in an effort to diagnose any overnutrition, and to employ the results as basic data for the establishment of a balanced nutritional education. A survey was conducted by using a questionnaire administered to 734 elementary students’ parents in Seoul, and the analyzed results were as follows: Most parents believed that their nutritional knowledge was better than the norm(91.5%). However, almost half of the parents(49.2%) were feeding certain dietary supplements to their children, despite their perception that their children were already healthy, and were not recognizing any significant beneficial effects from those supplements. The most popular dietary supplements being fed were vitamin complexes. The majority of children took at least one type of dietary supplements at a monthly cost of approximately 10,000
30,000 won. These results revealed the potential for overnutrition in some of the elementary students as the result of dietary supplement intake; thus, further studies involving assessments of risk for dietary supplement overconsumption in children and proper dietary education for the parents are suggested.
Standardization of the Recipe for the Large-scale Production of Salbob and Ogokbob
Han, Kyung-Soo ; Pyo, Seung-Hui ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 682~690
The principal objective of this study was to develop a standardized recipe for the large-scale production of Salbob and Ogokbob. The recipe was standardized as follows: we collected and recorded the amount of ingredients and production procedures currently being used by cooks in the contracted foodservice management company and hotel-based Korean restaurants. According to the food preferences of Koreans, we selected 2 kinds of rice; Salbob and Ogokbob. We developed a revised recipe and an evaluation form. We conducted a sensory evaluation with 30 panels, using a JAR (just-about-right) scale. We developed a standardized recipe for both kinds of rice. Yield, portion size, temperature, preparation time, equipment, cost, ingredients, weight of ingredients, method, and critical point were all components accounted for in the developed recipe. The factor method and the percentage method were proposed techniques for adjusting the recipe, and a direct measurement table for Salbob and Ogokbob was also devised.
Physicochemical Quality Characteristics of Tofu Prepared with Mesangi(Capsosiphon Fulvescens) Powder
Jung, Bok-Mi ; Shin, Tai-Sun ; Kim, Du-Woon ; Chong, Kyu-Wha ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 691~698
In this study, we assessed the quality characteristics of soybean curds (tofu) prepared with Mesangi (Capsosiphon fulvescens) powder (0, 2, 4, 6%, w/w) were investigated. The yields of the curds containing Mesangi were higher than those of the control, and the yield increased with increasing quantities of Mesangi powder. The most abundant mineral in Mesangi tofu was calcium, followed by magnesium. The Mesangi tofu had a slightly lower pH than the control. The addition of Mesangi powder to curd evidenced a significantly lower L value (lightness) and a value (redness) than was detected in the control (p<0.05). The hardness level was highest in the tofu to which 2% Mesangi powder was added. However, this level decreased with increasing concentrations of Mesangi powder. Although the 4% Mesangi tofu evidenced higher adhesiveness than was detected in the control, we noted no significant differences among the Mesangi-treated curds. The soybean curds added to which 2% Mesangi powder was added had evidenced the highest level of cohesiveness, but the tofu containing 4 and 6% Mesangi powder was significantly reduced as compared with the control and 2% Mesangi tofu. Springiness, gumminess, and brittleness were higher in the 2% Mesangi tofu than in the others (p<0.05). The soybean curds prepared with Mesangi powder evidenced a lower total plate count than the controls during over 12 days of storage.
Quality Characteristics of Fish Paste Containing Angelicae Gigantis Radix Powder
Shin, Young-Ja ; Lee, Jung-Ae ; Park, Geum-Soon ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 699~705
This study was conducted to promote the of fish paste with angelicae gigantis radix powder as a food. The concentrations of angelicae gigantis radix powder were 0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, and 2%. All the samples of fish paste with added angelicae gigantis radix powder 37%. For the Hunter color values, the a values increased but the L and b values of the fish paste decreased increasing concentration of angelicae gigantis radix powder and the folding test good score in all the samples(AA). In texture test the hardness, chewiness, brittleness increased with increasing concentrations of angelicae gigantis radix powder. However, cohesiveness and springiness decreased increasing concentrations of angelicae gigantis radix powder. Sensorye valuation, color, flavor, hardness as the concentration of angelicae gigantis radix powder. Sleekness, and springness decreased increasing concentrations of angelicae gigantis radix powder. He fish paste 2% angelicae gigantis radix powder (2AGRP) the highest acceptance scores in color, the fish paste 0.5% angelicae gigantis radix powder (0.5AGRP) highest acceptance scores in chewiness. The fish paste 0.5% angelicae gigantis radix powder (0.5AGRP) also the highest acceptance scores for appearance, flavor, taste, texture, and overall quality. Results suggest that angelicae gigantis radix powder can be applied to fish paste to increase its quality.
Sanitation Assessment and Microbiological Analysis of the Domestic Kitchen Utensils
Kang, Myong-Suk ; Chang, Yun-Hee ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 706~712
This study was conducted to evaluate the sanitation level and use of dish cloths, chopping board, and drawer in the refrigerator in 50 university students' houses located in Seoul and Kyonggido. The survey questionnaire evaluated general information, frequency of the washing, cleaning method, drying method and the associated factors. The highest percentage of the cleaning and drying methods of dish cloths were “boiling(76.0%)”, and “dry in the kitchen or on the sink(78.0%)”, respectively. For the chopping board and drawer in the refrigerator, the highest percentage of cleaning method was “use detergent” and drying method was “dry in the kitchen”. The mean of coliforms for dish cloths, chopping board, and drawer in the refrigerator was 4.46
1.95 log CFU/100
1.64 log CFU/100
2.01 log CFU/ 100
, respectively. Salmonella spp. were not detected from all samples. But E. coli were detected from dish cloths(4.0%) and S. aureus were detected from dish cloths(16.0%), chopping board(12.0%), and drawer in the refrigerator(8.0%). The results of microbiological test of kitchen utensils indicated that the sanitary conditions of dish cloths, chopping board, drawer in the refrigerator should be improve promptly.
Evaluation of the Microbiological Quality of Glazed Spanish Mackerel in Teriyaki Sauce by Adding Lemon Juice Using Sous Vide Cook-chill Method
Kim, Heh-Young ; Ko, Sung-Hee ; Lee, Kyung-Yeoun ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 713~721
The principal objective of this study was to evaluate the microbiological quality of Glazed Spanish Mackerel in Teriyaki sauce by adding Lemon juice, using a Sous vide Cook-chill method. The control was prepared by mixing 100 g of cut Spanish Mackerel and 15 mL of Teriyaki sauce. 1.5 mL lemon juice was added to 15 mL of Teriyaki sauce. The product was stored at below
, and its microbiological quality was assessed over varying storage periods (0, 5, 10, 15 days). Total Plate Counts at product flow showed no significant difference between the control and the lemon juice-added sample. However, the coliform counts at the end of mixing each sauce were detected at low levels of 1.65 Log CFU/g in the lemon juice-added sample, as opposed to 2.63 Log CFU/g in the controls (p<0.05). The microbiological quality by storage day was relatively high in the lemon juice-added samples. After reheating, the Total Plate Counts and Coliform counts of the lemon juice-added samples satisfied the standard applied in the processed food (5.0 and 2.0 Log CFU/g, respectively). It can be concluded that the addition of Lemon juice was more effective in ensuring the safety and extending the shelf life of Sous vide Glazed Spanish Mackerel in Teriyaki sauce.
Quality Characteristics of Seockryu-pyun Added Pomegranate Juice and Pomegranate Concentrate
Ko, Seong-Hye ; Park, Jin-Hee ; Yoo, Seung-Seok ;
Korean journal of food and cookery science , volume 24, issue 5, 2008, Pages 722~728
This study was to investigate the quality characteristics of Seockryu-pyun by addition of different ratio of pomegranate juice and pomegranate concentrate (100%, 80%, 60%, 40%). Moisture and the pH increased as the content of pomegranate juice and pomegranate concentrate decreased respectivley. However, DPPH radical scavenging activity was decreased when adding pomegranate juice and pomegranate concentrate was decreased. With decreasing pomegranate juice addition, both the lightness(L) and yellowness(b) was significantly (p<0.05) higher, whereas, the redness(a) was significantly (p<0.05) lower. As addition of pomegranate concentrate was decreasing that lightness, a value and b value were higher. Texture profiles of hardness, adhesiveness, cohesiveness, gumminess, chewiness of Seockryu-pyun was not greatly showed significant difference among samples. Also, springiness was not significantly (p<0.05) different in any groups. For sensory evaluation, color and sourness were decreased as pomegranate juice and pomegranate concentrate was diluted. Seockryu-pyun, PJ3 made with addition of 60% pomegranate juice was the most preferred in overall acceptability. From the results, the most advisable mixture ratio of Seockryu-pyun was found as pomegranate juice 360 g (60%), water 240 g, mungbean starch 60 g and sugar 200 g.